bdNOG 10 welcomed more than 200 participants to hear from speakers on topics including routing security, protection and visibility of encrypted traffic, and the impact of misconfigurations.
- Sunny Chendi gave a presentation on the ‘Policies that changed the Internet’ and the upcoming policy implementations, including prop-125: Validation of “abuse-mailbox” and other IRT emails, reminding APNIC Members of their responsibility to keep all IRT contacts updated and correct.
- Warren Finch gave a presentation on ‘Breach and Attack Simulation Tools‘. Warren also helped conduct the IPv6 Deployment workshop to around 70 trainees.
- Tuan Nguyen met with Members to answer their questions about getting more IPv4, Member referrals, the IPv4 waiting list, IPv4 transfers, organization name changes, and ASN requests.
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